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For Sale - Foaled 2010
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Foaled January 2010
View Fearna's pedigree here.
Fearna is an active riding type Highland as opposed to a heavy weight carrier. You really need to meet her and try her to appreciate her qualities. She is a thoroughly nice person. She is very willing and genuine and a comfortable ride with an easy clipped pace. Fearna loves to jump, is good with vet and farrier, self loads, and is calm and sensible. If you would like to speak to those who know her and have ridden her, please let me know and, with the person's permission, I will provide contact details.
Fearna ridden bare back by 10 year old Ellen Milne - "She's lovely!", says Ellen.
Fearna's slide show:
(Above) Jennifer Gray puts Morrich Fearna through her paces.
Fearna was professionally broken on the premises in Autumn 2012 and has continued her education at the stud. She has not yet been shown. (I am not interested in showing so we only go if my current help is keen!).
Fearna is a typical pony with a get-up-and-go attitude. But I can't show her character in photos and video, you need to meet her.
She would make a super pony for an experienced teenager doing Pony Club and similar activities or small adult because she is quite forward going but responsive. As with all our ponies, she is very people friendly and kind natured.
She has the clipped pace that can keep going all day and would do well in endurance.
Fearna was born outside in the snow in mid winter in the Scottish Highlands. She lives out 24/7, as do all our ponies, but will happily stable. She grows a deep and thick winter coat so never needs rugging or stabling but will appreciate shelter, of course.
Fearna loves to jump. When schooling in the field, she will pull towards a jump! Her highest jump to date is 83cms (three inches under three feet) which she cleared by a wide margin.
Fearna is a thoroughly nice person and does not have a nasty bone in her body. One of my girls would park her four year old on her back while she was grooming knowing the child would be quite safe. (See the video).
Fearna is good with the farrier, vet, etc. and loads without problems (she is trained to "Load up!" on command). She is not a spooky pony nor is she "clingy" type and will hack out on her own.
I'd like her to go to a home where she will compete and be an ambassador for the stud but that is not essential.
View Kelpie's pedigree here